The authors report their experience on surgical treatment of peptic bleeding lesions. From January 1994 till April 1999 they observed and sur- gically treated 35 patients (mean age 65) suffering from blee- ding gastroduodenal ulcer. Complications linked to surgical treatment had an inciden- ce of 17.5%, while those ones linked to the patient’s gene- ral conditions of 21%; mortality was 20%. Surgery has been gradually substituted by endoscopy which represent the principal examination for diagnosis of bleeding gastroduodenal ulcer with the aid of different hemostatic tech- niques, so that surgery has been relegated to the last place in uncontrollable bleeding treatment. Observed results, following those ones of other authors, show the unfavourable prognosis linked to patient’s different con- ditions when surgeon operates.
|Titolo:||II trattamento chirurgico delle lesioni peptiche sanguinanti: nostra esperienza|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2002|
|Citazione:||II trattamento chirurgico delle lesioni peptiche sanguinanti: nostra esperienza / II TRATTAMENTO CHIRURGICO DELLE LESIONI PEPTICHE SANGUINANTI; S. STRANO; A. BIONDI; GB. CARUSO; ZANGHI' G; R. MORICI; G. DI MAURO; F. BASILE. - In: ANNALI ITALIANI DI CHIRURGIA. - ISSN 0003-469X. - LXXIII,N3(2002), pp. 267-271.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|